Tag Archives: sources of inspiration

A Different Kind Of QAL

I try not to do to many “join in” projects because my schedule doesn’t allow it, but an upcoming quilt along (QAL) caught my attention. It’s called the Learning Quilt-A-Long and you can read about it here. There will be … Continue reading

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The Books And The Questions

The work continues here on the question of too much inspiration and the realization that I don’t put my heart in my quilts. To address the inspiration question, I started reading those all those books. I finished two so far. … Continue reading

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What If Wednesday: Too Much Inspiration

Some ideas come by a rather circular route. I started listening to a new-to-me podcast called The Minimalists. Very interesting stuff, although I have no plans to get rid of most my belongings. My family would, no doubt, revolt. Anyway, … Continue reading

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Quilty Dreams

I’m so glad it’s Friday. This was one of those weeks that wore me out. I don’t know if it’s the cold weather or having a few days off work last week, but I got nothing left. It isn’t even … Continue reading

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Idea Notebooks And Inspiration Files

Do you keep an idea notebook? How about an inspiration file? For me these are totally different things. An idea notebook is a place to write down ideas, concepts and techniques. It’s the place where I “what if” the common … Continue reading

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Books Revisited

I’ve had a life-long love affair with books and the public library. I go at least once a week and always have several books checked out. Because I’m a heavy library user, I don’t feel the need to buy a … Continue reading

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